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Purpose My purpose was to choose one of the one-hundred American greatest movies and analyze it Plan To identify how the director created the film and what different eye catching things the director put in the movie to make it so interesting Field study As I observed the movie Unforgiven I looked at the different elements to analyze this movie I looked at some of the characters lighting conflict and the choice of color instead of black and white screen Unforgiven is an action pack cowboy western type of movie As I examined this movie I found it to have a plot that was unlike any other movie I have ever seen The conflict of this movie is about the old western days when there were real cowboys saloons and killing which to me made the movie seem real It seemed real because you hear about all the shoot-outs that happened back then and all the prostitution it was kind of like living in that era thats how the director made you feel The director made it seem like killing was a sport It all started when a whore wanted to have sexual relations with a cowboy but when he took his pants off to show her what he had she wasnt happy she was hysterical She started giggling because it wasnt of normal size The cowboy got madly angry at the whore so he sliced up her entire face Little Bill the towns sheriff arrested this man and his partner but the sheriff didnt do anything to these men which caught me by surprise Bill told them to give Skinny the whores pimp six of their horses to make up for what they did The women were treated like worthless pieces of meat In the start of this movie they had shown that women had no say in anything that happened to them which is the way that it was back in those days
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